Photo of pond and forest at Beaver Brook Watershed.

Upper Beaver Brook Watershed History and Conservation Hike

Join Mountain Area Land Trust on a scenic hike to learn the history of how Beaver Brook Watershed was conserved. You’ll enjoy the beauty and find hidden treasures along the way!

  • Upper Beaver Brook Watershed: Approximately 2.8 – 3.1 miles (loop)
  • Terrain: Class one moderate hiking, on a designated trail.
  • Level or ascending, to what extent ascending: The 2.8 – 3.1-mile loop contains approximately 500 – 800 feet of elevation gain/loss.  When taken the standard route, most of the ascending (elevation gain) come in the last 0.5 – 0.65 miles of the loop.
  • Number of rest breaks:  Periodic rest breaks.
  • No Restroom Facilities On Route
  • Parking: The trailhead, located at the crossroad of Witter Gulch Road & Highway 103, provides ample parking availability.

Please RSVP to malt@savetheland.org or (303) 679-0950.

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Date

Aug 08 2024

Time

9:00 am - 11:00 am
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